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2015 Assistive Technology Vendor Fair

April 21, 2015
Sawmill Creek, Huron, Ohio

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Requirements for Intervention Specialists of Students Taking Alternate Assessments

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Required: Ohio's PBIS and Restraint and Seclusion Policy

Ohio's Law: 33301-35-15 Ohio Department of Education Resources

 

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State Support Team 6

As an agency extension of the Ohio Department of Education, Region 6 provides services and assistance to school districts and community schools, educational service centers, early childhood centers, and families in the areas of special education, Ohio Improvement Process, early childhood education, and literacy.

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SIBS Looking Forward: Transition Retreat is a weekend where individuals with disabilities (ages 17-22) and their siblings (ages 15-25) can explore transition topics and enjoy time together. The retreat will be held this year at YMCA Camp Wilson in Bellefontaine, Ohio on April 4-6, 2014. Participants have the opportunity to learn about the transition process, get to know their sibling better, and develop self-awareness and confidence about the future. Siblings pairs are asked to donate $50/each to help offset the cost of the weekend, but any additional donation would be appreciated. We hope you will be able to join us for this fun and informative weekend! For more information and to register please contact Nichele Lyndes at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

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Trainings for Parents

Triumph Through the Challenges of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders

Who should attend:

 Parents, foster and adoptive parents, guardians, respite care supports, and relatives raising or interacting with children with a diagnosed or suspected Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD). This proven curriculum examines characteristics of FASD, strategies for addressing a child’s inappropriate behavior, coping skills for parents, and much more.

Fall Classes: Thursdays, October 9, 16, 23, 30, November 6, 13, 2014

Winter Classes:  Thursdays, February 5, 12, 19, 26, March 12, 19, 2015

Time: 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.

Where: Double ARC: 3837 Secor Road, Toledo, Ohio 43623 Corner of Secor & Monroe, Toledo, Ohio

Fee:  $150.00  per participant, includes workbook

How to register:  Check class choice (Fall or Winter), then complete form below and return it with your check made payable to:  Double ARC, 3837 Secor Road, Toledo, Ohio 43623

TRIUMPH FLYER  2014-2015

The Ohio Department of Education, Office for Exceptional Children, announces the release of Memorandum 2014-1 Documentation of English Language Arts Assessment Accommodations on IEP and 504 Plans. This memorandum references the recently released FAQ on read aloud accommodations for state assessments and the new IEP or 504 Plan Decision-Making Tool. The IEP or 504 Plan Decision-Making Tool is not a required form.  However the tool contains required guidelines and will assist teams in making data-based decisions about the use of read aloud accommodations for statewide testing by students with disabilities.

Memorandum 2014-1 Documentation of Assessment Accommodations on IEP and 504 Plans

Read Aloud Accommodations FAQ

IEP or 504 Plan Decision-Making Tool

Get key information to help your district in 2015. Plan now to attend one of five one-day meetings

  • January 20, Columbus;
  • January 22, Bowling Green;
  • January 26, Cincinnati;
  • January 28, Cambridge; and
  • February 2, Independence.

Registration is available in STARS, keyword Regional Meetings.

The agenda includes:

  • New state tests in English language arts, math, science and social studies - protocols and procedures for test administration, information related to performance-based and end-of-year tests and important dates;
  • New graduation options - multiple pathways and opportunities for students to earn a diploma, connections to Ohio’s New State Tests and supports for school counselors in helping students navigate these opportunities; and
  • Value-Added model using Ohio’s New State Tests in science, social studies and the high school level.

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Wapakoneta, Ohio 45895

Phone: 419.738.9224
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